Acer BeTouch E210 in the First Check

Android BlackBerry design: the first check could not convince the Acer beTouch E210 as a multimedia smartphone.

Who will for the first time in the hand the beTouch thinks instinctively of a business unit. Because layout with relatively small display, and including reclining full keyboard reminds of the classics from the world of business, about common Blackberrys or the Nokia models E71 and E72.

But connoisseurs of Acer fooled by such similarities, finally two pronged brand with Smartphones. NeoTouch as Windows-Mobile-6.5 models mainly for the business clientele come out, the E210 beTouch representing however in the Android-segment is oriented to the needs of private customers mainly.

But in his spare time, you can email, chat and post what crazy. And for the easily operated even with larger hands, full QWERTY keyboard with significantly noticeable pressure point is always better than a larger touch screen.

The display must take account, at 115 by 63 millimetres compact housing, that are also quite easily with 110 grams. It is significantly smaller than the display of most pure touchscreen phones with 2.6 inch, also it is 320 x 240 pixels resolution at the bottom of the Smartphone-scale.

This is a buzz kill with excursions to the real Internet, even if it’s not to check on the monitor due to a lack of wireless connectivity. With SIM card and related communication partners, the beTouch E210 is of course HSDPA and Wi-FI.

The display can be different than most comparable by the form factor devices via the touch-sensitive screen to control here but without multi-touch. The equipment features include also a GPS receivers, a 3.2-megapixel camera and an FM receiver at the E210.

Acer uses a 1300 mAh model, which should provide decent stamina values in the face of the small display in the battery. Is to have the well processed Acer beTouch E210 for restrained 250 euro in black or silver.

Away from the mainstream he represents an alternative for users who would forego comfort with the Internet access in favour of better active communications.